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The EIA legislation was revised June 29, 2001 and a negative Coggins test is no longer required to haul or ride your horse on public roadways. You do not have to carry test results with you if all you do is trail ride.
Web page MDA Click here

Mansitique Ranger District
Rapid River: 50 miles, 906-474-6442

South Branch Trail Camp (South Branch of Shore-to-Shore Trail)
South Branch is on the Shore-to-Shore trail, with the trail head located directly in camp at the Group Campers Area. This is a beautiful facility totally rustic. Two camps, one is for large groups, which you need a reservation, the other for individual campers.
Each camp has a dozen or so sites with fire rings, two out-houses, and a hand pump for water. Trails are very pretty as the River is one-mile from camp, great swimming hole!
Lots of beavers and dams around camp with small hiking trails.

You can be adventurous and take the blue trail out 10 miles to a small general store and return for a full days ride. There are many streams and the view is very nice.
Not too much sand for a Michigan trail. This is a favorite of mine, I usually camp at South Branch every other year, unless I do the Shore-to-shore ride.
Party store is within two-miles from Camp.
From M-65 & Rollaway Rd., go north two miles and turn right into campground. Easy in and easy out.
South Branch Trail Camp, US Forest Service District Ranger, Huron National Forest, Milo, MI 49647 Phone: 517-826-3717

Submitted by: Holly Fleming Click here
Web page Anglo-Arabs Click here

Brighton State Rec. area
Howell: Livingston County, Stable: 313-227-5711, trails: 18 miles marked trails, Horse/rider camps: 27, 25 rental horses, vault toilets, well, day use staging area. PH 810-229-6566

Hiwatha National Recreation area
Escanaba: PH 906-786-4062

Ortonville State Recreation area (Hadley Hills)
Ortonville Recreation Area and Ortonville State recreation area.
The Ortonville Recreation Area is better known as Hadley Hills. We have about 12 miles of marked trails. Each trail intersection has a map of the trail system with an indicator where you are on the map. Trails are hilly and rolling, some areas area rocky or muddy, and the trail system is mostly wooded. Many small lakes and ponds are along the trails. There is a bridge over a small stream across the trail. There are 25 rustic campsites with fire pits and picnic tables. Picket posts are in place for the horses. There is water available through a hand pump. Pit toilets. Some sites are shaded and some full sun. No electricity, showers, or running water - unless you bring your own.

From I-69 and M-15 (Exit 145), go south on M-15 and turn left (east) on Hegel Rd. From I-75 and M-15 (exit 91), go north on M-15 and turn right (east) on Hegel Rd. Go about 5.5 miles on Hegel Rd to Hadley Rd. Turn right (south) on Hadley Rd and go about 1.5 miles to Fox Lake Rd. Turn right (west) on Fox Lake Rd and go about .75 miles. The campground is on the right (north) side of the road.

The park is operated by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources out of the Metamora-Hadley Recreation Area office.
Contact information is:
Metamora-Hadley Recreation Area
3871 Hurd Rd
Metamora , MI 48455
(810) 797-4439
The Ortonville Recreation Equestrian Association (OREA) works with the DNR to promote, maintain, and enhance equestrian use of the Ortonville Recreation Area.
Our web site is Ortonville Recreation Equestrian Association (OREA) Click here

Steve Keim
Ortonville Recreation Equestrian Association
Submitted by: Steve Keim Click here

Allegan Michigan
Allegan: The Horsemans campground has been sold and there is no longer a campground there. There are still horse trails at Allegan.
web site Allegan Co-equestrain Trail System Click here

Silver Creek Community Park (Allegan MI)
Hamilton: Allegan Co. just obtained a lease from the Michigan DNR--and have expanded thier trails to extend to Pine Point and Ely Lake Campground and will be offering more Horse camping in those 2 campgrounds as well, plus over 100 miles of Equestrian trails interconnecting all 3 campgrounds. Future expansion includes another campground at Little John Lake Co Park.

web site Silver Creek Park Click here
Submitted by: Mary Henry Click here

Van Buren Trail State Park
Hartford:between Hartford Township and South Haven Township. Eventually there will be 14 miles, but only 12 miles are open now. For directions call 637-2788.

Waterloo Recreation Area
Ann Arbor: call for information Waterloo Recreation Area, 16345 McClure Road , Route 1, Chelsea, MI 48118, Phone 734-475-8307. Primative campground with some steep trails. One trail is high and overlooks the valley-very pretty. Trails: 20 miles, Horse/rider camps: 24.
These are the driving directions to the horsemen's campground at Waterloo:
You won't have any trouble finding I94 which is the main freeway between Detroit and Chicago. Get off the freeway at exit 153 and go north about five miles on Clearlake Road. You must turn right on Loveland Rd. At the next cross road, you will see signs for the horsemen's campground. Just continue straight ahead on Loveland. This road starts out paved, but it will turn into a dirt road. The horsemen's campground is on the left side of Loveland.

Yankee Springs State Park
Hastings:A nice shady campground with pit toilets and water pumps, take picket lines or tie to trailer. Take 94 to Kalamazoo and follow 131 North to Hastings. Turn right and follow signs. Trails 20 miles 616 795-9081

Kal-Haven Trail
South Haven: day riding only, 616 637-2788

Ionia Recreation Area
Ionia: shady horseman's campground with SHOWERS East of Grand Rapids, call 616 527-3750 for directions. If you take I 96, exit at Jordan Lake (exit 64) and follow North 3 miles. You will run right into the park. 15 miles of horse trails with 49 camp sites.
Ionia State Park has 49 campsites and the cost is $17.00 per night plus a state park sticker.

Fort Custer Recreation Area
Kalamazoo County: , Park Hdqrt: 616 731-4200, Trails: 12 Miles, Horse/rider camps: none. NOTE: Off the road vehicles are allowed on the horse trails and the army training camp runs along one side of the horse trails. A tank drove by us while out walking one day. Suggested only for people with unflappable horses.(wicked laugh!)

Highland Recreation Area
Oakland County:Park Hdqrt: 313 887-5135, Trails: 13 1/2 miles marked trails, Horse/rider camps:24.

Little Bay de Noc Grand Island Trail
Rapid River: Trail PH 906-474-6442

Pinckney Recreation Area
Livingston County:Park Hdqrt: 313 426-4913, Trails: 8 miles, Horse/rider camps:none.

Lakeland Trail

Lakeland Trail goes right through the Pinckney Rec area and stretches from Hamburg on the east to Stockbridge on the west....almost 30 miles. There is camping and many trails through the woods over to "Hell" Michigan. The Lakeland Trail is a well groomed trail that has many new wooden bridges over streams. The trails are wide enough to ride side by side and also pass people coming from the other direction.
Submitted by: Susan Mefford Click here

Pontiac Lake Recreation Area
Oakland County:Stable: 313 625-3410, Trails: 13 miles, Horse/rider camps: 25, vault toilets, well, and 25 rental horses, day use staging area.

Proud Lake Recreation Area
Oakland County: Park Hdqrt: 313 685-2433, Trails: 8 miles, Horse/rider camps:none.

Maybury State Park
Day use staging area, vault toilets, well, 5 miles of marked horse trails. 810 349-8390.

Michigan Shore to Shore Riding/Hiking Trail
Michigan Shore to Shore Riding/Hiking Trail, over 340 miles of linear trail, trailcamps spaced every 20-25 miles, water available in camps.


Elk Hill Trail Camp in Ostego County:
From intersection of I-75 at Vanderbilt, go east on Main Street to blinker light and turn left (again east). This is now Sturgeon Valley Road. Go 11.2 miles to Twin Lakes Road (Round Lake Campground Road). Turn left (north) and go 2.5 miles to Trail Camp Road and turn left into camp. Pump, toilets, river, and picket areas. (You will be driving right past the DNR office. Stop and get trail maps. Each corner or junction in the trails has a number which corresponds to a number on the map. It's impossible to get lost!)

Hopkins Creek Trail Camp in Missaukee Co:
From intersection of US-131 and M-42 (at Manton), go east on M-42 for 5-1/2 miles to Arlene, turn left (north) on Lucas Road. Go 5-1/2 miles. After crossing Hopkins Creek, watch for two track. Turn left into camp. (Camp is 1-1/2 miles off the road.) Has pump, toilets, and picket areas.

Old Orchard Park Camp in Iosco Co:
On north side of River Road 8 miles west of Oscoda/AuSable area. Pump, toilets, and river. NOTE: Register at park office for rustic camping with horses. County owned park.

South Branch Trail Camp in Iosco Co:
From intersection of M-65 and Rollaway Road, go north approximately 2 miles, turn right into campground. Pump, hitching posts, toilets and river.

McKinley Camp in Oscoda Co:
On the south side of the Au Sable River. At the intersection of M-72, M-33 and County Road 602 (blinker) go east on County Road 602 approximately nine miles and turn left into camp drive. Go about 1 mile. Pumps, posts, toilets.

Luzerne Trail Camp in Oscoda Co:
From intersection of M-72 and Deeter Road (blinker light) go south on Deeter Road 1-1/2 miles (road will turn west about 3/4 mile from town) to Durfee Road, turn left (south) and go 3/4 mile to camp entrance. Turn left into camp. Pump, hitching posts, and toilets. NOTE: At the nearby Luzerne Trail Bridge, there is one way traffic on the bridge on the day the camp to camp riders are using it.

Four Mile Trail Camp in Crawford Co:
From I-75 and Four Mile Road interchange, go east on Four Mile Road approximately 4 miles. Turn right (south) into camp. Pump, toilets, hitching posts, large campsite.

Goose Creek Trail Camp in Crawford Co:
From County Road 612 and Manistee River Road, go south on Manistee River Road approximately 0.3 miles and turn right into camp (west). River, toilets, hitching posts, pump, large campsite. NO HORSES ALLOWED ON BANKS OR IN RIVER EXCEPT AT CROSSING.

Kalkaska Camp in Kalkaska Co:
From junction of US-131 and County Road 612 in Kalkaska, go north on US-131 approximately 1/4 mile. Turn left on Beebe Road (northwest) and go about 3/4 mile to Metzgar Road, turn left (west) and go approximately one mile. Turn left on Rice Road (south) and go 1/4 mile to camp entrance. Pump, hitching posts, toilets on a large site. Notice on map, private property going into camp.

Scheck's Trail Camp in Grand Traverse Co:
From US-131 and South Boardman junction (So. of Kalkaska) take Supply Road (also called South Boardman Road) west to Brown Bridge Road and turn left (follow the Ranch Rudolf signs) approximately 3-1/2 miles. Camp is 1/2 mile west of Ranch Rudolf. Turn left into camp. Hitching posts, toilets, pump, river, large campsite.

Lake DuBonnet (Mud Lake) in Grand Traverse Co:
From US-31 and M-37 junction south of Traverse City, go west 7 miles on US-31 to Wildwood Road, turn right (north) and go 1 mile. Turn left (west), go 1/2 mile, turn right (north) and go 1/4 mile across the dam, turn right (east) along water into camp. Water, hitching posts, toilets and pump.

Garey Lake Camp in Benzie Co:
Located 8 miles east of Empire. From M-72, turn south on Plowman Road. Go 2 miles, then turn left or east on Pettingill Road and continue on to camp on the right or south side of the road. Hitching posts, pump, lake, toilets. Overflow camp added in 1989 at the top of the hill to the west. It has a pump and posts.

Pine Marten Run
Manistique, Munising: 26 miles of horse and hiking trail located approx. 20 miles south of Munising, MI and 30 miles northwest of Manistique, MI. The trails pass through a wide variety of vegetative communities as they meander past lakes and streams, gently rolling hills, bogs and wildlife openings.
Parking area suitable for vehicles with horse trailers are available at each of three trailheads. Camping is permitted in the area though permits are required for camps near Swan, Triangle, Ironjaw, and Lake Nineteen lakes. These permits are available at USFS district offices in Munising or Manistique. The Munising office phone number is 906 387 3700 - Manistique is 906 341 5666. Water and toilets are available at one trailhead where toilets and parking are available at the other two. A trail brochure is available on request or at the trailhead.
Submitted By: Gregg L. Bruff, Painted Woods Stable, Munising, MI Click here

Luther Michigan
We have many miles of state trails that are being developed for horse riding. We are looking for people to come and use them and help our area grow.
Also looking for a promotor who would like to put on a ride. We have some nice real estate for people to camp and park their equipment. Contact: Alan Cox. Ph. 616-797-5468
Submitted By: Alan J. Cox Click here
Luther Michigan web page, Click here

Wooden Nickel
Baldwin: Enjoy trail riding and self-contained camping with your horse (water and electric at 14 shaded sites; additional sites with electric only and 10 rustic sites with no electric or water).
On U.S. Hwy. 10 in beautiful National Forest area surrounding NW Baldwin, MI. Private camping area, mapped rides 10 to 20 miles per day average. Sandy and sand/gravel roadways and trails.

Hall with dance floor, potluck area, indoor bathrooms and sound system for rent to groups on site at the Wooden Nickel. Shower house. Central campfire area (campfire wood provided).
Located 3 miles north and west of Baldwin, MI.

Linda Lange Baldwin, MI (231) 745-3614.
E-mail: Linda Lange Click here
Submitted By: Debbi Malec, Rustic Pines Farm Click here

Hungerford Lake
Ride at Hungerford Lake about 50 miles north of Grand Rapids, MI. Fifty sites at the new trail camp with limited facilities but miles of good trails to ride and nice woods with hills and creeks.
Submitted By: Sharon Root Click here

Sleepy Hollow State Park
Sleepy Hollow State Park: We are located in Laingsburg, Michigan just north of Lansing.

Take US-27 north of Lansing 10 miles to Price Road, and go east seven miles.

We have approximately 10 miles of trails that go through fields, over a wooden bridge, up into the hills, through the pines and into the woods.

Submitted By: Elaine Eschtruth Click here
Sleepy Hollow Trail Riders Association Click here

Get-A-Way Stables
Sagola: Upper Michigan horse camping, trail riding, overnight stable. Hundreds of miles of trails. GPS recommended 2 electric/water RV hook-ups, space for large groups rustic camping.
2 new box stalls.
3 twenty foot by thirty foot wood rail pens, private non adjoining.
1 60 foot round pen wood with electric wire.
Trout streams, fishing lakes, boat rental & swimming near by.
Very reasonable rates.
Located 125 miles north of Green Bay, Wisconsin / 20 minutes north of Iron Mountain, Michigan.
1/2 mile from Sagola, Michigan. Sagola is a tiny, one yellow light, town but it has a large gas station/deli - Bar/Restaurant, Bank, Post Office and Church.
Phone (906) 542-7114
E-mail: Lona Fende Click here
Web Page Get-A-Way Stables

Valley Spur Horse Trails
Located just 5 miles southwest of Munising off M-94, a portion of the Valley Spur Bicycle Trails are suitable for horseback riding. The loops west of Coalwood Grade are in level to gently rolling terrain with a variety of vegetation from tall red pines, to second growth hardwoods. A portion of one trail goes by the site of a 1928 Cleveland Cliffs Iron Co. logging camp and railroad spur. At the south end of the trail loop system, there is a small pond known as Three Lakes. Return ride is on the old Coalwood logging railroad grade. Total miles of trail is approx. 10 miles.
Submitted By: Gregg L. Bruff, Painted Woods Stable, Munising Click here

Kingston Plains Trails
The area known as the Kingston Plains is approximately 12 miles east of Melstrand off County Road H-58. There are no marked trails in this area, but several old logging roads and narrow gauge railroad beds are suitable for hours of pleasant riding. Small lakes provide water for horses. Coyote, whitetail deer, sandhill crane, and ravens frequent the area. The area was logged beginning in 1882 by Thomas Sullivan. At one time it was known as the "White Rat Plains" because of a team of white horses used in the logging camps. Many old large white pine stumps may still be seen in this "stump museum" as evidence of the enormous pine that once grew in this pine savannah area. Trailer parking is available in several informal pullouts along the roads.
Submitted By: Gregg L. Bruff, Painted Woods Stable, Munising Click here

Kensington Metro Park
Milford: Kensington Metro Park located near Milford by I 96, not too far from US 23, has horse trails for day rides only. There is no overnite camping. This park has so many deer that they have had to resort to selective hunting to thin the herd for it's own health. The trails are very well groomed and an easy ride for anyone. The scenery is attractive and the wildlife is abundantly evident and largely unafraid.
Submitted By: Sally Altenbernt Click here

Crosswinds Marsh
Crosswinds Marsh located at Haggerty and Oakville-Waltz Rd. is a Wayne county park with horse trails. The park is a replacement of wet lands lost to the airport and features waterfowl and other nesting birds. The trails are attractive, well groomed and an easy enjoyable ride. No Phone number but you could contact Wayne county for more information.
Submitted By: Sally Altenbernt Click here

Wolcott Mill Trails
Wolcott Mill Trail Association (WTMTA), just a year old, has about 10 miles of trail in Macomb County. This is a day use only site with trails that are built for horse and rider or carriage, and hikers. NO bicycles or motorized vehicles.

It is north of M-59, West of I-94, South of I-69, and East of M-53. The website includes driving directions and maps.

More info can be obtained from the website: www.wolcotttrails.com or email the group secretary CHUDT@aol.com
E-mail: group secretary Click here
Web page Macomb County, Wolcott Mill Trail Association (WTMTA) Click here

Elba Equestrian Complex
Elba: Elba Equestrian Complex is part of the 5500 acre Holloway Reservoir Regional Park operated by Genesee County Parks. Horse trails are open to Horseman and Foot traffic - no motorized vehicles or hunting allowed. There are many miles of unmarked trails - woods, fields, creeks, hills, pine stands, lakes, a beautiful place to ride. The staging area/campground is secluded and offers a hand water pump, tie posts, and a show ring. Primitive camping by reservation only - hand water pump on site.
Call Genesee County Parks, in advance, for gates to be opened or camping reservations: 1-800-648-PARK (7275) or 810-736-7100
Directions: I-69 to Exit 149 (Elba Road), drive North approximately 4 miles to Entrance on West Side of Road.
The town of Elba is geographically located between Davison and Lapeer.

Submitted By: Rich Fitz Click here

Grace Grange Lodge and Stable B & B
Petoskey: I have stall, paddock and pasture accommodations for a modest group of guest horses. The location is 20 minutes from the tourist mecca of Petoskey/Harbor Springs. There are also a great many county dirt roads, two tracks and old logging trails accessible at my driveway.

Pamela M. Rambow
Grace Grange Lodge and Stable
8000 Newson Road
Petoskey, MI 49770
E-Mail: Pamela M. Rambow Click here
Web page Grace Grange Lodge and Stable Click here

Bluestone Ridge
Decatur: There is a new horsemans campground near Decatur, MI. It offers 25 campsites, water, pit toilets, posts for picket lines, many miles of trails.
Call 269-445-0998 it may take up to 24 hours for a return phone call.
If you take US 131 south to 216 (in between Schoolcraft and Three Rivers) turn right (West) go about 17 miles to Decatur road, turn right (north) go about a mile, there will be a sign on the right side, turn right(West) on that road, it will be about 1/2 mile.
Submitted By: Sueann Howes Click here

Farmlane Campground
Waterloo, Farmlane Campground is located near Waterloo, Mi. with direct trail access. 16 miles of trail DNR "Waterloo Recreation Area" trail system. Farmlane campground has 40 total sites. 27 with electricity and water hydrants. 13 rustic with water hydrants. We have a dump station, porta johns, picket posts, gated pens, swimming pond, electricity, site water hydrants and live blue grass and country music on Saturday nights weather permitting. We take reservations.
We are open from early spring until the first weekend in November.
phone cell 734 260 9009 or 734 433 9953.

Directions from I-94, between Chelsea and Grass Lake on I-94, take exit 153 (Clear Lake Rd) go north 3.8, 3 point 8 miles. Drive way on your right.

E-Mail: Donny Walz Click here
Web page Farmlane Campground Click here

Happy Trails
Bitely: There is a new camp ground for horse people in Bitely Michigan with access to ALOT of trails.
All the trails we were on were sandy and flat. The name of the camp ground is Happy Trails and this is their first year open. I think Mac and Vikki have alot of good ideas and need some business to make them come true. They do not have a web page but their phone number is 231-745-8911.
They were very nice and I do hope they can make a go of it.
Submitted By: Jane Bolden Click here

Karefree Ranch
Fairview; I have a cabin that I rent to riders, either with their own horses (I rent boxstalls) or on my guided trail rides on my horses. My ranch is at the edge of the Huron National Forest in northeast lower Michigan and I operate a riding stable. I am trying to get the word out that I do anything from overnight stays to whatever.

Karefree Ranch
2899 E. Kurtz Road
Fairview, MI
(989) 848-5771

E-Mail: Karefree Ranch, Karen Sanback-Fick Click here
Web page Karefree Ranch Click here

D bar D Ranch
Campground with recently updated amenities. 25 sites with water and electric, pens for horses available, firewood, propane, bath house. Lots of room for you and your horses. Rustic sites available.
Hundreds of miles of trails on private property as well as state land. Trails are well marked with different trails for varies levels of difficulty.

From US 131 take exit 153. Go west 6 miles to Frank Smith Road. Turn Left (Go South) to 64th St.
Turn Right on 64th street and go about 1 mile to Ranch.

D bar D Ranch
Chase, MI
7064 E. 64th Street
Phone 231-832-3143

Don Beach � 616-889-2002
E-Mail: Don Beach Click here

Diane Davis � 616-690-0101
E-Mail: Diane Davis Click here

Web page D bar D Ranch Click here


Layover Hosts for your horse or mule. (No Trail access)

Rodeo Grounds, Fair Grounds, B and B's, Horse Motels, Private residences

Campgrounds, ranches and trail ride places are also Overnight hosts. The places listed here are "OVERNIGHT ONLY".

This is a link to B & B Online,   Bed and Breakfast with equine accommodations

Circle J Horse Farm B & B
White Pigeon: Indoor stalls, holding pens, pasture, round pen, riding trails, camper hookup's. signed waver of liability, Advance reservations required Horse owners responsible for care. Ph 616-483-7898
Addr: 9620 barker Rd. 49099 William & Lanna Jungjohan
I80/90 exit 101 then 3 mi north to Barker Rd.
E-mail: William Jungjohan Click here

Mary Geyser
Iron River: We are available to host an rider and their horses.We have 30 acres and welcome the chance to meet and learn from other trail riders.

207 Bates/ Amass Rd.
Iron River Mich, 49935
Phone 906-265-0591
E-mail: Mary Geyser Click here

Painted Woods Stable
Overight stabling and trail rides.
Gregg Bruff
Painted Woods Stable
E10020 Miller Road
Munising, MI 49862

E-mail: Gregg L. Bruff Click here
Web Page: Painted Woods Stable web page, Click here

Elly Arnold, (Allegan SP)
We live close to Allegan State Park, Michigan and would be open to horsemen spending a night.
3092 127th Avenue, Allegan, Michigan 49010 616-673-5158.
E-mail: Elly Arnold Click here

3rd Branch Farm
Three box stalls with shelter and small paddocks, and room for one trailer rig to camp (no hookups). $20/night per horse. Located 2 miles off 131, 10 miles north of Kalamazoo at the Plainwell exit.
Call ahead 260-744-0433
mapquest directions.
E-mail: Dr. Ashlyn Kuersten Click here
Web page: 3rd Branch Farm Click here
Dr. Ashlyn Kuersten Department of Political ScienceWestern Michigan University 1903 W. Michigan
Avenue Kalamazoo, MI 49008 Phone: (269) 744-0433
3rd Branch Farm, 241 23rd Street, Otsego, Michigan (269) 744-0433.
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Trail Rides (bring your own horse or mule)

Hungerford Lake
Ride at Hungerford Lake about 50 miles north of Grand Rapids, MI. Fifty sites at the new trail camp with limited facilities but miles of good trails to ride and nice woods with hills and creeks. The ride is in conjunction with the Mid-Michigan Mule and Donkey Association.
More info: Brent Link (616) 744-2956 Submitted By: Sharon Root Click here

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